Archive for March, 2007

Sunday, March 25th, 2007

Paincraze tracking drums

Drum session at Empire Studio today. Paincraze are working on a new release so they tracked down nine songs today.

Tomorrow there’s only some minor sampling of the drum kit for the future mixing to do. After that they will get the drums tracks home to continue the recording by them selves. Later on they will come back for mixing wich I’m looking forward to and you definately should! 😉

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Tuesday, March 20th, 2007

Penny Century mixing album

Last week I dedicated some days to mix the full length album that Penny Century recorded by Sylen at Empire Studio a couple of weeks ago. I think it was the biggest project ever with over 80 tracks containing brass and string sessions, bells and the obvious band setup. The 11 tracks held a good quality of pop music but I had to clean my head with some Cannibal Corpse in the mixing breaks. The 11 tracks will be mastered somewhere in america. 

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Monday, March 12th, 2007

February Sky

They booked Empire Studio in the weekend to record their first four track demo. Everything went really fine and I just got a bottle of whiskey delivered from them. Great Success! as Borat would say. Check out more info at Empire Studio Homepage.

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Tuesday, March 6th, 2007

Penny Century

Penny Century are currently working on their debut full length album in Empire Studio by Sylen. Read their studioblog here. Last night they needed assistant to record grand piano on 9 songs. A huge grand piano is nothing you want to move to the studio. Metallfabriken got the mission to take some portable equipment to the grand piano at the town theater. 6 hours flew by very fast when the talented piano player Markus of Penny Century (not me) hit the keys. It was a true joy to listen to the songs by such good musicians.

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